Presentation on theme: "SOUTHEAST EUROPEAN INTERMODALITY"— Presentation transcript:
1 SOUTHEAST EUROPEAN INTERMODALITY 11th Southeast European Freight Forwarders and Logistics Providers CongressSOUTHEAST EUROPEAN INTERMODALITYDEVELOPMENT’S PERSPECTIVES FOR THE PORTS IN SOUTH-EAST EUROPEInfrastructure Development in Turkey:Improving connectivity for deeper regional integration.Alp ÇAPAArkas Port Services Group
2 Asia to Europe Trade Flow Current ModalAsia to Europe Trade Flow
4 Turkish Container Terminals Challenges FacedFurthermore;Changing service patterns in distribution and trade could prevent non hybrid operators from further investing for hub infrastructure.Increased focus on improving tariff structure to sustain vendor competitivenessRegional advantages are there while the disadvantages still remain: Busy traffic for access to and out of Marmara. The presence of the Marmara Fault Line.
5 Emerging MarketsIn the next decade, we will observe global economic growth driven by emerging markets.Not only by just the BRICS nations but by other countries such as Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and also by the shifting wealth and buying power to emerge from reserves-rich countries like Kazakhistan, Iran, Azerbeijan, Iraq, and Algeria.Asian economies are growing rapidly and need to access to the potential & emerging markets efficiently in order to sustain growth.The current model will not support forever the evergrowing requirements, therefore a new model must be developed.Total Current Declared Turkish Container Terminal Capacity: 15.2 million TEU/pa.Total Potential Declared Turkish Container Terminal Expansion: 7.4 million TEU/pa.
6 Potential Markets Ukraine, Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria and Hungary Region 4GNI per Capita [USD]5,390Population [Millions]55GDP [$ 000]187,023Region 5GNI per Capita [USD]26,380Population [Millions]172GDP [$ 000]409,184Region 3GNI per Capita [USD]19,090Population [Millions]128GDP [$ 000]779,562Region 1GNI per Capita [USD]32,620Population [Millions]85GDP [$ 000]554,249Region 2GNI per Capita [USD]33,670Population [Millions]160GDP [$ 000]1,945,679Ukraine, Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria and HungaryEqypt, Tunisia, Libya, Algeria and Morocco.Iraq and SyriaIran, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and KazakhstanRussia, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan.
7 Turkish Container Terminals Capacity & Development AnalysisBlack SeaFilyosSamsunTrabzonIzmir AlsancakEge GubreNemportAPM AliagaBaticimMIPCandarliPort of MersinLimakPort AkdenizAssan PortIsdemirMediterranean
8 Marmara Container Terminals Capacity & Development AnalysisBlack SeaMarportMardasHaydarpasaKumportAkportDerinceAsyaportYilportBelde PortMarmara SeaEvyapDP YarimcaBandirmaRodaportLimasBorusanYilport Gemlik
10 Base Country Logistics Base RussiaRelay of cargo via all modes of transportMoldovaUkraineKazakhstanHungaryConsolidation / Re-consolidationRomaniaBulgariaWarehousing [Climate Controlled]GeorgiaAzerbaijanUzbekistanAssembly FacilitiesArmenia11 Destinations with a total of 29 weekly Ro-Ro Services.TurkmenistanTunisiaPre-delivery checks and inspectionsSyriaIraqMoroccoIranAlgeriaEgyptLibyaCan Turkey play a Base Country Role in the development of such a new model?
11 ? Base Country Model YES / IF, Turkey can timely: Can Turkey play a Base Country Role in the development of such a new model?YES / IF,Turkey can timely:Rehabilitate and ultimately implement double-stack rail roads on North-South (Samsun- Mersin & Iskenderun) and East-West routes.Re-define logistics bases for determining the correct locations in the country.Develop state-of-the-art port infrstructure to facilitate the network design.
12 SOUTHEAST EUROPEAN INTERMODALITY 11th Southeast European Freight Forwarders and Logistics Providers CongressSOUTHEAST EUROPEAN INTERMODALITYDEVELOPMENT’S PERSPECTIVES FOR THE PORTS IN SOUTH-EAST EUROPEInfrastructure Development in Turkey:Improving connectivity for deeper regional integration.Alp ÇAPAArkas Port Services Group